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MEDIA | ENTERTAINMENT


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MEDIA | ENTERTAINMENT


UAS uses in the MEDIA | ENTERTAINMENT sector enable users to film and collect information in the form of media that is used to develop products to entertain and influence. This sector includes tasks associated with photography, videography, and professional cinematography that often include high-quality cameras that lead to relatively heavy payloads. The need to collect high-quality media generally makes UAS gimbal stabilization, hovering accuracy, payload capacity, and dual-controller capability key UAS attributes.

 

UAS USES IN THE MEDIA | ENTERTAINMENT SECTOR

7.1. Real Estate Photography & Videography (external)

7.2. Professional Cinematography

7.3. Investigative Journalism

7.4. Professional Photography

7.5. Events & Tourism

7.6. Real Estate Photography & Videography (inside)

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Real Estate Photography & Videography (external)


Real Estate Photography & Videography (external)


This use focuses on collection of visual information to provide video and still images that present a visual depiction of key building and land features to motivate interest and sale. Information is taken from visually appealing angles, making first-person view (FPV) an essential performance attribute. Collected videos and photographs often require additional editing and production with specialized software to generate finished media products. UAS operations often include relatively short flights requiring launch from and operation in confined spaces. Due to the need to generally operate UAS close to structures, UAS attributes related to obstacle avoidance and first-person view (FPV) are often key in these applications.


SECTOR

 

MEDIA | ENTERTAINMENT


Primary User Group(s)

 
  • Media collection company

  • Real estate agent(s)

  • Real estate / property development company

Objective of
UAS Use

 
  • Collect video and still images to document property, buildings, neighborhoods, and associated features for production into real estate marketing and information products

Key Operating Environment Features

 
  • Often in and over residential neighborhoods

  • Often vertical obstacles, such as power lines and trees

  • Potentially small property plots / constricted airspace

  • Often constricted take-off and landing areas

Value Proposition for UAS Use

 
  • UAS use will enable collection of still and video photography that increase speed and/or value of sales by providing a novel and more comprehensive view of properties.
 

Priority User Requirements for this uSE cASE by Phase

 
 
 

Key UAS LIFE-CYCLE Considerations for This Use

In addition to the priority user requirements identified above there are some use-specific considerations that should inform your development of the UAS life-cycle capabilities needed to successfully execute this use. We provide a range of support services to help you determine what these and other considerations mean for your UAS selection and use. These key considerations include: 

  • Operation Over or Near Private Property: This use often entails operation of a UAS in close proximity or over other buildings or property to collect all the visual information needed. Operators must understand state and local regulations prior to operations. Complying with regulations could require enhanced operator skill and/or UAS capabilities.

  • Post-Flight Content Production: This use often entails collection of video, photographic or other information to document the condition of vertical work sites. The collected information often requires significant post-flight editing or production to generate products suitable to end users that can generate additional costs and requirements associated with UAS use.

 
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7.2. Professional Cinematography


7.2. Professional Cinematography


This use entails UAS operation to collect photo and video information from aspects not possible with other options, especially ground-based cameras. Collected information generally requires extensive editing and production to generate finished cinema-quality media. Due to the need to carry and precisely control high-quality cameras, this UAS use generally emphasize payload, gimbal stabalization, ability to hover, and dual-controller capability.


SECTOR

 

MEDIA | ENTERTAINMENT


Primary User Group(s)

 
  • Professional videographers / cinematographers

  • UAS service providers specializing professional cinematography

Objective of
UAS Use

 
  • Collect professional quality video for subsequent editing and use for entertainment, documentary, marketing, and other high-quality video media applications

  • Capture footage with shots, sequences, angles and other characteristics not feasible with tradition terrestrial professional filming methods

Key Operating Environment Features

 
  • Generally favorable environmental and visibility conditions that are conducive to professional filming

  • Can include filming in spaces that are confined and/or have obstacles or hazards, such as urban area and vertical filming sets

  • Operate over private property or areas with authorized drone usage, but that can possible be confined or of limited size

Value Proposition for UAS Use

 
  • UAS usage allows for cinematography resulting in high-quality media products with technical and artistic qualities that increase the value of the end product enough to justify expense of UAS, to includeassociated support and expertise
 

Priority User Requirements for this uSE cASE by Phase

 
 
 

Key UAS LIFE-CYCLE Considerations for This Use

In addition to the priority user requirements identified above there are some use-specific considerations that should inform your development of the UAS life-cycle capabilities needed to successfully execute this use. We provide a range of support services to help you determine what these and other considerations mean for your UAS selection and use. These key considerations include: 

  • Specialized Training & Expertise: This use generally requires UAS operators to possess specialized expertise associated with filming and production.

  • Operations Over People: This use often requires documenting active worksite with personnel. Executing this use over people that are not under cover or in a vehicle requires explicit FAA approval in advance of operations (for U.S. operators). See FAA rule for Operations of Small Unmanned Aircraft Over People

 
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Investigative Journalism


Investigative Journalism


USE ANALYSIS & RANKING IN PROGRESS....

We are currently conducting field research and working through our Zylter Expert Network to compile detailed information on this  UAS use. If you are an experienced UAS operator or expert in this sector and use we want to hear from you! Contact us to join the Zylter Expert Network.

Professional Photography


Professional Photography


USE ANALYSIS & RANKING IN PROGRESS....

We are currently conducting field research and working through our Zylter Expert Network to compile detailed information on this  UAS use. If you are an experienced UAS operator or expert in this sector and use we want to hear from you! Contact us to join the Zylter Expert Network.

7.5. Events & Tourism


7.5. Events & Tourism


USE ANALYSIS & RANKING IN PROGRESS....

We are currently conducting field research and working through our Zylter Expert Network to compile detailed information on this  UAS use. If you are an experienced UAS operator or expert in this sector and use we want to hear from you! Contact us to join the Zylter Expert Network.

7.6. Real Estate Photography & Videography (inside)


7.6. Real Estate Photography & Videography (inside)


USE ANALYSIS & RANKING IN PROGRESS....

We are currently conducting field research and working through our Zylter Expert Network to compile detailed information on this  UAS use. If you are an experienced UAS operator or expert in this sector and use we want to hear from you! Contact us to join the Zylter Expert Network.